Two new positive fashion names on my radar: one is a fashion label and the other is an editorial site.
Make it Last, is a Swedish site that focuses on sustainable style of the non-crunchy kind. Everything is so calm and lagom and mostly vicuna-hued. And it has opened my eyes to so many lovely brands – including perfumers Stora Skuggan, auctioneers Bukowskis and … Bite. (more…)
Here’s a secret: fashion editors don’t really wear logo-tastic Off-White and XXXL Vetements day-to-day. When it’s not Fashion Week, they’re either on shoots, at their desk or on appointments so they wear anonymous, functional separates, very much like this.
This is the AW18 J&M Davidson collection – bag-heavy, coat-heavy, trouser-heavy and impeccably cut to suit anyone and everyone. (more…)
Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands and industry stories currently buzzing on my radar…
1. CÉLINE SELLS ONLINE AT 24 SÈVRES
This week saw LVMH-owned Céline arrive at 24 Sèvres, the only multi-brand e-com store to sell Céline. 24 Sèvres (also owned by LVMH) will sell everything from RTW, to eyewear, and bags, shipping to over 80 countries. (more…)
“It was pissing me off a little bit. Why is Anthony’s ready-to-wear always pictured in the magazines with our bags and shoes? Bloody hell!” Saint Laurent CEO, Francesca Bellettini on Anthony Vaccarello, New York Times
Loving this piece profiling Frencesca Bellettini, who has been at Saint Laurent since 2013 and has been credited with steering the company to its billion euro status. I wasn’t keen on Vaccarello or his YSL vision at first (more…)